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Lionel R. Hertzog, Martijn L. Vandegehuchte, Daan Dekeukeleire, Wouter Dekoninck, Pallieter de Smedt, Irene van Schrojenstein Lantman, Willem Proesmans, Lander Baeten, Dries Bonte, An Martel, Kris Verheyen and Luc Lens (2021)

Mixing of tree species is especially beneficial for biodiversity in fragmented landscapes, without compromising forest functioning

Journal of Applied Ecology, 58:2903-2913.

biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, Fagus sylvatica, forest fragmentation, Quercus robur,, Quercus rubra